dimanche, novembre 16, 2003

Grey Matters in the World of Networked Information

Grey Matters in the World of Networked Information Celebrating GL Conferences 1993-2003

International Conference on Grey Literature

Amsterdam, 4-5 December 2003 Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

Conference Program
Day One

Opening Session 09:00-10:30

Chair: H.E. Roosendaal, UTwente - Netherlands

H.M. Artus, IZ - Germany

Old WWWine in New Bottles? Developments in electronic information and communication: Structural change and functional inertia

J. Stocken, British Library √ United Kingdom

Grey Literature at The British Library √ Revealing a Hidden Resource

D.J. Farace, J. Frantzen, GreyNet - Netherlands

Four Winds on the Grey Landscape: A Review of Four Information Professionals, Their Work and Impact on the Field of Grey Literature

Models for Academic Grey, Part I: Specific Approaches 11:00-12:30

Chair: J. SchЖpfel, EAGLE - France

G. Siegel, Portland State University √ United States

Capturing Academic Grey Literature: Starting at Home

M. Cooke, S. Costigan, Columbia University √ United States

Grey Literature in the Earth Sciences and International Affairs: A Comparison of Online Aggregation Efforts

M. Claerebout, USTL - France

Grisemine, a digital library of university grey literature

Research is Grey Dependent 13:30-15:00

Chair: J. Gelfand, UCI - United States

A. Asserson, UIB - Norway

P. De Castro, S. Salinetti, ISS - Italy

Quality of grey literature in the open access era: privilege and responsibility

D. Luzi, M. Castriotta, R. Di Cesare, L. Libutti, M. Manco, CNR - Italy

The Communication Flow of Research Projects Results

B.H. MacDonald, R.E. Cordes, and P.G. Wells, Dalhousie University - Canada

Grey Literature in the Life of GESAMP, an International Marine Scientific Advisory Body

The Economy of Grey 15:30-17:00

Chair: C. Stock, INIST - France

T. Atago, JST - Japan

J. Agada, Emporia State University √ United States

A.K. Boekhorst, University of Amsterdam - Netherlands

J. Britz, University of Pretoria - South Africa

Harnessing African indigenous knowledge for competitive advantage in the global economy:

Some grey areas

M. do RosАrio GuimarЦes Almeida, [et al] UFMA - Brazil

Management of Grey Literature in the Amazonian Region

L.P. Pavlov, VNTIC - Russia

The Commercialization of Research Findings Documented in Grey Literature

W. Roem, M. Minderhoud, ILEIA - Netherlands

Collection development in support of a global information network: A case study of LEISA, Low External Input and Sustainable Agriculture

Day Two

Strategies for Academic Grey, Part II: General Approaches 09:00-10:45

Chair: D.J. Farace, GreyNet - Netherlands

H.E. Roosendaal, UTwente - Netherlands

The Information Market for Research and Higher Education: How to integrate all relevant information in a network of repositories?

A. Kairamo, Helsinki University of Technology - Finland

The moving border of tacit and explicit knowledge in e-Learning: Use and production of information and knowledge in a technical university

C. Stock, J. SchЖpfel, INIST - France

Grey literature in an open context: From certainty to new challenges

Search Engines are Growing Grey 11:15-12:45

Chair: D. Cutler, OSTI/DOE - United States

C. Malpas, NYAM - United States

D. Pelissier, UNESCO - France

UNESDOC: multilingual and interactive Internet open access to UNESCO grey literature

J. Le Meur, T. Baron, T. Simko, M. Vesely, CERN - Switzerland

CERN Document Server: Document Management System for Grey Literature in Networked Environment

C. de Blaaij, Library of Zeeland - Netherlands

The quest for grey content in the domain of the invisible web

Roadmap of Grey Literature Systems and Services 13:30-15:00

Chair: H.M. Artus, IZ √ Germany

C. O'Dell, D. Dallman, M. Vesely, J. Vigen, CERN - Switzerland

50 Years of Experience in Making Grey Literature Available: Matching the Expectations of the Particle Physics Community

A.M. Campanile, F. Cancedda, E. Cilione, L. De Biagi, CNR - Italy

Roadmap of grey literature systems and services in Italy: Spotlight on Italian GL producers and production moving between e-resources and paper currency

I. Pitoni, D. Macri, ISFOL - Italy

A general map of grey literature systems and services dedicated to public services in Italy

J. Gelfand, UCI - United States

The Ubiquity of Grey Literature in a Connected Content Context

Breakout Sessions:

Track A - Alternative Issues in Grey Literature 15:30-16:45

Chair: H.E. Roosendaal, UTwente - Netherlands

H. von Hofe, Horizons √ United States

Emergent Recognition: An Alternative Perspective on the Grey Literature of an American Public High School, 1985-2001

W. Theaux, IMP/E - France

Concept and Treatment of Grey Literature in a psycho-medical and educational institution

I. Pitoni, D. Macri, ISFOL - Italy

Research is Grey Dependent: The case of Italian Public research institutions

M. do RosАrio GuimarЦes Almeida, [et al] UFMA - Brazil

Management of Grey Literature for the construction of a database for the University of MaranhЦo▓s √ UFMA and the State University of MaranhЦo √ UEMA

Track B - Product and Service Reviews 15:30-16:45

Chair: Dominic Farace, GreyNet - Netherlands

Ї INIST Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique France

Presented by J. SchЖpfel

Ї BL British Library & Document Supply Centre United Kingdom

Presented by N. Spencer

Ї EAGLE European Association for Grey Literature Exploitation France

Presented by C. Stock

Ї NIWI Nederlands Instituut voor Wetenschappelijke Informatiediensten NL

Presented by A. Hogenaar

___________________________________________________________________________________ Closing Session 16:45
Roundtable and Farewell
Related Conference Publications:

Conference Program, ISBN 90-77484-02-7 Publication Order Form

PRQ, Special Issue ISSN 1053-8801 mid-2004

Conf. Proceedings, ISBN 90-77484-01-9 Publication Order Form

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